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The Ravens House

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Romuald Loegler
location Krakow
function archive, culture, exposition space, library, mixed-use development
contributed by helenita

Today’s House Ravens was converted from two mediaeval houses in the late 19th century; Since 1991 it has been home to the International Cultural Centre which from 1998 to 2008 carried out thorough modernisation of the building. Conducting the project, prepared by Romuald Loegler, allowed to expand the Ravens Conference Complex and to create a new exhibition space in the first floor patio. There are also new offices and seminar rooms created which will serve the purpose of a library and a publication centre. Overall, upgrade and adaptation works affect 1480 m2 of floor space. As far as the notion dimension is concerned, the modernization is a new link in the process of creating a material infrastructure of a space for dialogue, which the ICC has been trying to built for years. On the architectural level, the project leads to the integration of both front and annexe buildings and it creates a new aesthetic quality at the Main Market Square in Krakow.

love the curves!
San Diego, United States 31-Jul-15
very true...
Brookline, United States 23-Jul-15
I like the curves... good work!
Southfield, United States 20-Mar-15
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The Ravens House
Rynek Glowny 25
Project is public!
Opening hours ICC Gallery: Tue - Sun: 10.00 - 18.00. ICC Library: Mon & Fri: 10.00-16.00, Tue - Thu 10.00-19.00.
Completion 2008
ArchitectRomuald Loegler
Project ID 6235
Latitude/Longitude 50°03'40N 19°56'09E
Contributed by helenita
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